Argentine Quilmes brewery bought Dante Robino winery, whose vineyards are locates in the
Province of Mendoza, and has a production capacity of 11.5 million liters of wine.
The winery has 100 years of experience in the wine market and a diversified portfolio of wines and sparkling wines. 30% of the production is exported to more than 40 destinations in the world, concentrating the largest volume in the United States, Brazil, United Arab Emirates, Ecuador and China.
The operation includes all products and the vineyards located in the district of Perdriel, department of Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza. The portfolio includes wines and sparkling wines of medium and high range, among which are the lines: Dante, Capriccio, Novecento, Atelier and others for export. This investment adds to the launches of the brands of wine “Blasphemy” (canned wine) and “Root” (bottle of 375 milliliters) that have been commercialized as a pilot test in 600 stores in the city of Buenos Aires.
“We are a company with 130 years of history in the country. We have a long-term vision and commitment to Argentina. Despite the harsh economic context of the country and facing two years of significant volume decline in our business, we do not speculate, but instead take risks and invest, produce and generate quality employment throughout the country,” said Martín Ticinese president ofCervecería y Maltería Quilmes.
“We seek to meet the demands we detect in our consumers and offer them new experiences. As part of our growth and diversification strategy we have analyzed different alternatives in the wine segment and the investment in the Dante Robino winery is the result”, Ticinese concluded.
For his part, Ignacio Squassini, current executive director of Bodega Dante Robino, affirmed that “The Argentine wine industry is world class. That a company like Quilmes has been interested in our products and facilities fills us with pride and talks about the quality of our wines and sparkling wines and our cutting-edge technology”.
Current executive director of Bodega Dante Robino, Ignacio Squassini, affirmed that “The Argentine wine industry is world class. That a company like Quilmes takes interest in our products and facilities fills us with pride and talks about the quality of our wines and sparkling wines and our cutting-edge technology”.agri